As many as three in ten adults have trouble sleeping. They spend more than $32 billion a year on medications, books and recordings, hoping to get a good night’s rest.
Now, a team at the University of Virginia is offering another solution online.
54-year-old Jonathan West is the father of four and a consultant who helps people figure out how to pay for college. He doesn’t lie awake wondering how he’ll finance his own children’s education, but for more than a decade he’s had trouble sleeping.
The Commonwealth’s business leaders held dueling news conferences yesterday to express opposing views on enrolling hundreds of thousands of additional low-income residents in Medicaid.
The Virginia Chamber of Commerce stressed that it’s against a traditional expansion of Medicaid—but it likes the state Senate’s plan for using private insurance through a new Marketplace Virginia. The National Federation of Independent Business believes that Medicaid growth will become fiscally unsustainable.